Roebuck Buildings announced a recent award to expand the manufacturing space at the ZF Chassis Systems plant in Duncan. The project consists of a 40,000-square-foot manufacturing space and approximately 3,000 sq. ft. of support space.
“The last 3 months have been a partnership with ZF Group, Adeptus Architecture, and Roebuck Buildings Company to value engineer and modify the design of the expansion to meet the client’s needs that have evolved since the original design,” said Ryan Mabus, Project Executive / Director of Pre-Construction with Roebuck Buildings.
Roebuck Buildings is headquartered in Spartanburg County, SC and dedicates itself to providing the best quality construction and working with clients from the very beginning of a project, using value-engineering to maximize cost-effective means and methods for a successful project.
“We are looking forward to developing an ongoing relationship with ZF - a global leader in driveline and chassis technology,” said Dean Anderson, CEO of Roebuck Buildings. “We aim to use our experience with clients in the manufacturing sector to provide ZF with a successful project outcome.”
About Roebuck Buildings
Serving clients in the Southeast, Roebuck Buildings is headquartered in Spartanburg County, South Carolina. As a premier general contractor and construction firm, Roebuck provides quality construction through maximizing cost-effective construction means and methods. Roebuck Buildings started in 1947, offering primarily pre-engineered metal building construction. It has grown to offer a full spectrum of Construction Services, including Preconstruction, Construction Management and General Contracting for Commercial, Industrial, and Community clients.
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